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Nov 15, 2009
In reality there is the other way in which contracts are signed - With very little background work and little clarity on the terms and conditions. And when there are problems, then begins the finger pointing and threats to walk out of the contract!
Nov 11, 2009
I wonder how Dilbert´s company survives acting this way - and all of those mentioned in the comments?
Nov 10, 2009
The third option is :
several months (or a year) later, the customer decide to say YES, I AGREE WITH IT.. and nobody really remember about this project, and several resources has been reassigned to other projects.
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Nov 10, 2009
These things happen, In a project, it took such a long time to reach an agreement that when we signed contract 1/3 of the products outdated and it is a fearsome thing to tell that to the other side because we had to start process all over again......we just tell them at the end. :)
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Nov 10, 2009
Unfortunately, the same goes for some companies in hiring candidates as well. I've had a 2 month communication with a company I interviewed with, and at the end, they decided that they were not even hiring for the position.
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